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by Wieslaw Sadurski



PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

Faces of people, eye to eye in the moment of being, photos 1970-2018.

 

IN MY ATELIER

they say, is always the same: paintings are painted, galactic candle on, guests coming.

 

PHOTO - WALK KREUZBERG

I wander where the eye of my camera leads to. Yeah, Berlin Kreuzberg, that's where we live.

 


TIME-GRAFFITI

are painted by Master Time. Look what it does to the asphalt under our feet, how it seems to create faces, silhouettes.
I just admire these meaningful compositions.


MOSAICS made of Berlin Wall Stones

collected by my little daughter on everyday walks 1989-90, playfully composed in Mosaics.


PHOTO - WALK

in Kreuzberg Berlin.

 


Antoni Gaudi, CASA MILA, Barcelona

Gaudí conceived this house as a constant curve, both outside and inside,
incorporating multiple solutions of formal geometry and elements of a naturalistic nature.


Antoni Gaudi, CASA BATTLO, Barcelona

Casa Batlló is a renowned building located in the center of Barcelona and is one of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces.


Antoni Gaudi, PARK GUELL, Barcelona

Park Guell is one of the most beautiful public parks in the world, they say.

 


KYOTO FLOWER GARDENS:

SHOSEI-EN, HEIAN, HARADANI-EN, TOJI, BOTANIC, NIJO-JO, KINKAKU-JI.

When it comes to gardens, Kyoto is the place to go. Kyoto has an unbelievable number of gardens.
Emperors, aristocrats, samurai - they all included wonderful gardens in their residences.



TOFUKUJI FOUR ZEN GARDENS

Tofukuji is oldest and largest temple in Kyoto.
There are gardens on the north, south, east and west sides of the Tofukuji temple, each of which has been created
to have its own atmosphere. These gardens are a fusion of Zen and modern abstract thinking.


KYOTO TEMPLES:

DAIGOJI, KINKAKU-JI, HEIAN, KIYOMIZU, FUSHIMI, SANJUSANGENDO, NISHI HONHANJI, YASAKA.

There are over 2000 temples in Kyoto. I have photographed the most beautiful.

 


ZEN GARDENS KYOTO

DAISEN-IN, GINKAKUJI, RYOAN-JI, TENRYUIJ, SOGENCHI

These zen gardens were designed to stimulate meditation. They are intended to imitate the intimate essence of nature,
not its actual appearance, and to serve as an aid to meditation about the true meaning of life.


MYOSHIN-JI ZEN GARDENS

the area known as "flower garden".
The Zen gardens of Myoshin-ji had concentrated landscapes of symbolic meaning into relatively small plots of land.


ZEN GARDENS KYOTO 2

KENNIN-JI, HOJO, DAIGOJI, HONEN-IN

Zen gardens are notable for the stark rocks-and-sand landscapes, which we tend to think of as visual renderings of satori, the state of enlightenment.

 


ZEN TEMPLES

MYOSHIN-JI, KENNIN-JI, GINKAKUJI, TOFUKUJI, DAITOKU-JI

Kyoto has been the political, religious and cultural capital of Japan for many centuries, and this environment has fueled the development of all major Japanese traditions.
Literally hundreds of temples have been built and destroyed over the course of the centuries – yet some of them have survived for us to visit them.


Antoni Gaudi, SAGRADA FAMILIA, Barcelona

Gaudí's work represents the genius of the architect, expressing particular spatial qualities and plasticity of undulating lines
and the harmony of colors and materials, both architectural structures and carved elements.


INDIA TEMPLES

under the holy mountain ARUNACHALA events are mesured by heart.

 



GEORGIA SUMMER COUNTRY

INDIA